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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 November 1867

THEMONTANA POST. A Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, A^-i.-ultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.4, NO. 15. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 18(57. WHOLENO. 171. TiieMontana Post. WT1LT0N I CO.. - - PUBLISHERS ed.to determine the central location lor; pie and of the great financial circles of^that population likely to be permanent; other nations It proffered its bonus^and fixed. Immigration has swept in j to the public, and pledged the laith and^~ j lour years from Bannack to Virginia, on I the resources of the people to pay them j\S. H. MII^I.S, - - KDITOR. Vitamaiicr toward cone, iritU rl^..rii\- fi^r all, I EZ^X^^^^t':-: o.in.rTh.minesaml'.uiMin^uptl.ecom _k'b* Nattou'a wtMtnaU, to i nrr for bim who nball^^T^barnrtb^*iiutile.aufl lories widow and orptutn.^,^ n^ a* wbioh tuuy wMwm and c-berith a jn^t and^i .^--and with 'all N.,. riJent t***^ABRAHAM LIXCULX lOM'tXTSOhTHIS XI MBER.^TM* 1^Think it Orer; The National Credit; ^DualFire on Your Own Men...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 November 1867

2 THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1867. TheMontana Post D.W. TILTOH,BEN. R. DITTES D. YV. TILT05 ^ CO., Publishersand Proprietors. OSetat the Citf Bo*k Stort. corner of Wmllacr mnd^Jock^* Streets, Virginia Citn Termsof Subscription . aivm on^ e* 5 do. in mouth* aw do. three months3 50 Katesof Advertising: Business.Cards,5 line* or lew, 3 month*..I R 00 do. do. do. 6 months,..10 00 do. do. do. 1 year15 00 Onesquare, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, ..4 00 do. do. d^. 2 do. ..6 00 do. d^- do. 1 month,10 00 d.. do. do. 2 do. 13 00 do. do. do. 3 do15 00 do. do. do. 6 do25 00 do. do. do. 1 year35 00 ^wosquare*. 1 insertiou,6 00 doT 2 do8 00 do. 1 month,12 O0 do. I do, IS 00 do. 3 do24 00 d*. t^ do40 00 do. 1 j ear65 00 One-eichthcolumn, 1 insertion8 00 do do. 2 do. 12 00 do do. 1 month,18 00 do do. 2 do. 25 00 do do. 3 do. 30 00 do do. * do50 00 d*. do. 1 year70 00 Qne-sixthcolumn, 1 insertion,10 00 do. do. 2 do. 15 00 do. do. 1 month,20 00 do. do. 2 do.30 00 do do. 3 do.3o 00 do....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 November 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 18(^7. 3 FRO.nBANN U K. near sttd OuatU Mine^The Hew Furnace^^^ *fTrjv_a Fatal Termination^1 he Shootinj.AlTray-Case in Court. EditorPost.^The weather is fine,^ihrre being no snow in the valleys or on the1*i11 Thm sun shines out wf.rra,^_j Jay tirm^ reminds me of a southern f!inie,but the nights are c jld and frosty,^jlininu' with sluices at Horse Prairie,^Red Mountain and Bunnack is about j floeei f^-^r tuo season. A new ditch ia f^completed oa the north sike of I^iier inteuded for surface mining^_ ;!^. foot hills immediately back of^pira, *l^,no Hangman** gulch. Down j^the canyon there are two new ditches j^u-3 about completed, intended I^to take in a great so ^ihj of good mining^mgttL In ieed good diggings are al-^readv opened four miles down (Jrassljop^^r. Parlies have succeeded well this^fill in sinking shafts in the bed of the^ggeun between Bannack and M.trys^^: -'^^ :-:;^:i:iy has been tlie .- . iv^st.il and lias cleared up sev^^eral t...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 November 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1867. TheMontana Post. 8ATIBDAY MOK.MXt, NOV. 30. REPORTEDBY THZ W. 0. TELEGRAPH COMPANY EXCLUSIVELYrO^ THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. The7 30 ronntertfilen^--Cf n*ral^Mowrr not sustained ^ Tl^r F ^Milan^UierutlouM ^ RrltUh ColurabU^want* Annexation- ^v^i_xr^ ^ ^^ In^Se^-^lon-Organization and meas^^ure* propoxpd ^ JriPM Trial ^ Dr.^Livingstone alive - Alabama Ue-^MM| r^i^ci^^ii ^ impeachment ^ Di^^plomatic Blarney. ReconstructionKnout and PHlory^^Pen la n Demonstration*-^l'rlso-^nrn ol Rome set Free^tiarlbuldl^III^Ocneral Lee a M'itneM asalntt^Jell'. Davis^ A thousand \ Ictlin^-^senate Proceedings^Orant'a Posi^^tion on John*on,n Policy. Seward'sPurchases choked off^^The Impeachment^Reports of the^Committee -Consideration Post^^poned -Rutler playing for Repu^^diation^ Information called for^^Another Financial Proposition ^^National Bauk Currency to be^Withdrawn ^Canada favors a Re^^ciprocity Treaty^Our Foreign^Squadron at Work-flavl*' trial put^oti ^The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 November 1867

POETRY. (BOIT BBN BI TLER. BTJOHX PACL. o*B'^'-'^ (m*J tribe be less !)^Awoke one night from a deep bottledness, 4od^w by the rich radiance of the moon,^^s'hic^ ^*h,,ne' anU tb'^^isred like a ulvar ,pooa,j^i rti^ngw writing on a golden slate.^.gxceedinC store had lien, of spoons and pb*r). .. 44 to the stranger in his tent he said :^^ Voor little game^^ The stranger turned his head, im]w'lu * 1^^^ made all of innocence,^BbsJ^**^: ^ I w^te the names of Presidents.^^..\D^i :* mine one^^ ^Not if this court doth know Itself.tepliedthe stranger. Ben said, ^Oh!^^Xgd ^*Ah !^ hut ^poke again: '*Ju^t name yourprice Xo^rite tue up as one that ma/ be Vice. X5,e^tmnger np and vanish.*!. The next night o#fame sgaia and showed a wondrous sight,^M otm^- t!,at n*P'j 7ft maJ ^U tne chair^^Bat lo ! the came of Butler was not there ! Aboois the Persian short for bugaboo. [S.V. Citizen. WHOSE| TJJJ1QNTANAPOST. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1867. BannackAds. Smith^ Graeter BANNACKCITY, M. T. Alwayshave on band...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 November 1867

6 THE MONTANA POSt; SATURDAY, NOVEMBKIi .'iO, 1867. WOMAMPOST. SATIHDIV ^OBNINCI, NOV. SO. TlilA I. OF PROF. IIODGK. ClilefJustice Hotmer'i Chance^the Jury. to Gentlemenof the Jury.^Tbe different forms of^Homicide reeo^-ni*ed by our Statute*, are desig^^nated is^Murder in the first dejrree^Murder in the seconddegree^Manslaughter^Justifiable Homi^^cide, and Excusable Homicide. Thedistinction between murder in the first and in tbesecond degree, is i^o imperfectly marked, by the^letter of tbe Statute, tbat it will be unnecessary to^for you in determining the case before yon, to con^^sider at all the crime of murder in tbe second de- |^gree- Equally unnecessary will it be for you to^devote any attention to Excusable Homicide. Youare to determine however, from tbe evidence .^submitted to you, whether tbe Defendant is guiity^of murder in tbe first degree, manslaughter, or^whether the circumstances detailed, amount to any^^thing more than justifiable homicide, which is in ef^^fect an entir...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 November 1867

POETSY. LEOPATKA. BYW. W. STOltY. tf^.. Charmian, take my bracelet^ : Thej^ar w'tn a P^rple stain jv^urn OT'r nljr pi,,ow^ Ybrvare hot where I have lain. Opentbe lattice wider, rAgauze on my bosom throw, Andlet me inhale the odors Thato^er the garden flow. Idreamed I w^i with my Antony, Andin Mi arms I lay;^Ah in'^! the vi-ion has vanished *ujiif-ic has died away, Theflam* s.nd the perfume have perished^^.A^ this .Kp^ced aromatic pastille, Thatwound the blue smoke of its odor^i, ^ow but an ashy hill. c^tterupon me rose 1 fares, Thejcool me after my tleep-^Ajxl with sandal odors fan me TilliDto veins they creep \^v,^cb down the lute and play me Kmelancholy tune,^To rhyme with a dream that ha* vanished, *r.ifbe slumbering' afternoon. jb*re.drowsing in golden sunlight, goitersthe low, smooth Nile,^Through tlender papyri, that cover Thesleeping crocodile;^jbe lotus lolls on ^Ue water. Andopens its heart of gold,^A^d over its broad leaf-pavement }(evera ripple is rolled.^The twilight bre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 November 1867

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER .50, 18b7. TheMontana Post 8ATIRDAY MOBSING, NOV. 30. OtR AGENTS.^A. B. HaMTLTOX. is onr Agent st Fort Benton. Mr.A. J. Smith is onr Agent at Bannack.^J. M. Fish, Sterling, Hot Spring District.^Geo. S. RaWUNos. Silver Creek. J.M. MILLS, Silver Bow. JamesSti art. Deer Lodge. WOBDKJi* CO., Hell Gate. Agencyof Poet. 52 Bridge street Helena. J.us Tkmple, Junction City. W.P. Parson*. Gallatin City. Ed.Allfiei.d, German Gulch. H.H. Hathaawy. Highland District,^F. CHl rch. Summit City.^Campbell a Co.. Confederate Gulch.^K. C. JOHXSoN. Blackfoot. I.N. BL^ K, Boulder Valley. WesleyW. Joxes, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek. 8.V. Ball. Heart own. J.W. Magbi ery. Rocker City. J.8. Williams. St. Loom, Mo. L.p. Fisher. San Francisco. Cal. HenryKieki^ex, Argents. H.Kllis a Co.. I-eesburgh, Salmon River Mi nes^Chalscy Barher, Bear Gulch and adjacen AkbONFord. Butte City. .i^ . i M. lii.^^ K.. lieartown, M. T. Davi*Wiix^x. Itozeman City. THECITY, meteorologicalRecord...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 December 1867

R EPORTS OF HOUSE AID JOINT COIIITTEES, DEC. 2, 1861 Mr Tennant, chairman of the joint committee to whoi was referred the military operations of the militia of thi Territory, reported as follows, to wit: Mr Speaker : Your committee, appointed to act in con junction with a committee from the Council, to inquin into matters concerning the late Indian expedition, bel leave to report as follows ; Your committee met at the Governor's office November 27th, 1867, and there examined and tool tne statements of Colonel J. J. Hull, Commissary o: Subsistence, CoL Hamilton Cummings, Qurtermaster 4General, and CoL A. M. S. Carpenter, Chief of Ordnance and your committee further examined documents, letters &t ., in the possession of the Governor relative to the :foresaid expedition, from which sources they determine the following: The Department of Commissary of Subsistence,for flour, bacon and other provisions for the forces in the field, hag inc(urred a debt of about (173,000) or ' hundred a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 December 1867

THEMONTANA POST. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1867, WHOLENO. 172. TheHoMtana Post. i|,g. TILTOM * CO. PUBLISHERS .v~. ii. mills, - - Tconx^rt. fjaillM toward none, with charity for all.^Sifpgd* in ^b^ rirlit, as God (fives us to see^j r^at. let u* iniah the work we arc in, to bind he Nation'* vriNiodi. to car. for him who snail^wiebonietlie hat''*- and for his widow atal orphan. allwbich may achieve and ^-h^ r -ii a ii-t ., r,,i^iwrin* t-eace atn^n^ ourselves and with all Na- .^^ABRAHAM LIX^ olx. twenty-handedDelilah, yclept the Mon^^tana Legislature, and the shears that^clipped its strength and rendered it an^easy prey to the Philistines was what^you might have denominated ^Federal^outrages.^ Take it as an instance of the^inevitable compensation of nature ; be^virtuous in your misfortunes, and above manneras prescribed in this act. One^thousand dollars, or so much thereof as^may be required, is appropriated from^the funds of the Territory to carry out^these provisio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 December 1867

2 THE MONT ANA POST, SATURDAY, D ECEM B ER 7, 1867. TheMontana Post. BEN.R. DITTES D.W. TILTOH, D. W. TILTON ^ CO., Publishersand Proprietors. Ofieeat the City Book Store, corner of Wallace and^Jackson Street*, Virginia City. TheIdaho World of the 16th gays:^By persons from Oranite Creek and Pla-^c^^rville. who visited town during the cleanup at Termsof Subscription : Onecopy, on* year do. six months* do. thro* months .01oo .5 00^. 3 50 Katesof Advertising:^Busiaess Card*. 5 How or lea*, 3 months. do.do. M do. do. do. 6 months,. do.dc. 1 year. tenlines or less. 1 insertion, .^do. da. 2 do. 1500^25 00^35 00^6 00 2 do. 8 00 1month,12 00 I doId 00 do.3 do. 24 00 da.d do. 40 00 do.1 year65 00 Oae-eighthcolumn, 1 insertion 800 do.do. 2 do. 12 00 do.do. 1 month18 00 do. 2 do25 00 do. 3 do. 30 00 do. t^ do. 50 (X) do. 1 yesr,70 00 1insertion10 00 2do15 00 1month,20 00 2do.30 00 3do36 00 6 do55 00 1yssr80 00 U00^18 00 do.do. 1 month,24 00 do.do. 2 do. 36 00 do.do. 3 do. 45 00 do.do. 6 do. 6...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 December 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1867 POETRY. THEEAST. HOTAS BY lord STROM. wT. the lsud where the apple* and emblemsot work done by gardening Yank. tb^puytage-ttamp bonneU and saurage^^inbreecbs.^|fow n1'11 10 kls91nK^ *nd tempt aa to fp*ak r_^ _t the land of the cider and cake*^H^we thev have the big quilting*, eorn- .bfUmg*.^ c^**^ bakes,^^Ifoere *M,,y old ^orea8right and left bin*** , . ,^^ plants bis bright colon an every one a arwretbe pumpkins and squashes are joily coodfruit, Audtne goggl^ owl sings hia ^ hoot- -toot-toot;^^adhere Americans, Irish, Dutch, African,^Turk, Tcolors though Taned together can work, An*',he **** one ^^one that don't j^'the'girUare all pretty, where pota and pan shine, AJj ail *^Te lne ^ *P*r't of Rye^ in divine TjjJohcathans land, old Johnny Bull's son,^n [,# snees^^ at the deeds his smart off^^spring bas done -jy;tie Und of louo railroad* and tel^grnph^lines. pP*r currency, mills, and Stock Company mines. IATARA \ft'inm P'isT. FKonin: l it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 December 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DEC EM BER 7, 1867. Tli* Montana Post. siniinn noRMKC dkc. 7. REPORTLDRY THE W. 0. TELEGRAPH COMPANY EXCLUSIVELYFOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. ConcreM,Kngllstt Neutrality and^Specie Payment^The Candlan^War Terriffle steamer explosion^^Confirmations, ^.re--l^. Hunt,^and Capron,^ Alabama asalnse^ailaceire nation^India us strain on^the war path^The President's^mews-age ^Alaska^ Foreign News-^Alabama Tlllltla. Theproposed income tax to pay the ex^^penses of toe Abysinnia war, has passed a sec^^ond reading in the House of Commons War^^ren, Hatpin, and Coetello, the Fenians sen^^tenced at Dublin, were brought to Pentonoille^to undergo their sentence of imprison meat. Ottawa,CanadaNot.,3*^A resolution will^be introduced on Monday to memorialise the^Queen, asking the annexation of Rupert's Land,^north west territory, to the dominion of Can^^ada. Florence,Not., 29 ^Dispatches from Na^^ples to-day says Vesuvius is now in a grand^state of of eruption. Vienna,Nor., 29.^Rec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 December 1867

HOI^*K bill NO. 7. pridknt bao^) '8 speech. Virginia,Not. 30, 1867.^On the conclusion of Mr. Orr'a remarks prtsideniBagg took the floor.^ge gaid be did not rije to discuss the^a(*tion. expecting to receive the plaud \ot those surrounded him. as had^IjIL. given by the citizens of Virginia, fTLinse to the remarks made br the mntleinanfrom Meagher, Mr. Orr ; bc- CJithe law of self-interest, and tLe *TLof acquisitivensa. implanted in JJPJanianheart, abided with the citi- j*L0f Virginia ; and what he had to */would fall upon them like the cold jds of the rugged mountain side. He Cjjevetitn! ^P'1*' ought to be remov-^Jji from Vinrinia to Borne central point^r the Territory, and there waa not one^'Ejection urged by the Gorernor, in the !e-omessage, of any weight, to influence TZmjDd to the contrary. He would Jjrefer to the public prints, and lTeiaway from the subject, as the 'Qtlcman had done, who preceded him thediscussion, but would remark thata member of the other house, no^-ore his equ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 December 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1867 A 8ATIRDAV l^IOBSI^T., OfcC- T. montanapost. iswV THECAPITAL QUESTION. SPEECHOW H^^x. sample orr Virgihia,Not 30th, 1867 TheQuestion being ^ Shall this bill^pass, the objections of the Governor to^the contrary notwithstanding, ^ he said: Mr.President: When this bill^providing for the submission of the^removal of the Capital to a vote of the^people at the neit general election, came^up some ten days since. I, for reasons^satisfactory to myself, voted against it.^It however passed both Houses, and on^^ly wanted the approval of the Governor,^who instead of approving, returned it^together with his objections to the^House in which it originated. The^House, on a reconsideration, passed it^by a two-thirds vote, notwithstanding^the Governor's objections, and it was^again sent to the Council for our action.^I then intended to vote upon it without^remarks, but the action of the Council^having been postponed until now, cir^^cumstances have transpire...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 December 1867

0rOV V AN^ CLEOPATRA. t,EN . W. H, LYTLK. amj ^carred and veteran legion. PStheir eagles h'Sh no mora, 'vt wrecked and scattered galleys^tire, dark Actium's fatal shore^^r^orhno glittering guards surround m^,^. r^ssr1 to do their master's will I art P*ruh* R^m*nr fpi* the great Triumvir still. ,otCswar's servile minions Mockthe lion thus laid low ;^L* ^ fneman's hand that slew him, [m*rhimself that struck the blow.^- then, pillowed on thy bosom, Sr*nis star fades quite away, ISim. ^ho' druck wiU^ thj carM6es^^^^^tj threw a world away. laonldthe base plebian rabble^r n^re assail my lame at Rome,^If here the noble spouse, Octavia,^I ^reps within her widowed home,^\if*k ber^^*T the gods hare told me,^I' Altars, augurs, circling wings,^It^siber blood with mine commingled,^I Yet shall mount the throne of kings. THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1867. L.for tbee. star-eyed Egyptian, glorioussorceress of the Nile,^jrbt the path t^^ Stygian horrors, Withthe splendors of thy smile;^,)r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 December 1867

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECOBM_7^_lWL TheMontana Post. SATI'RDAY IWOONim;, DEC. 7. OURAGENTS. A.PA n^nr.TOt i^i orr Aeent rt Fort Brnton.^Jf r. A. J. Smith in orr Agent a. Ber.nack.^J. If. Fr-n S.e-Ti.^-. Hot Spring District Geo.S. Kavtuxg^ Silver Crack. J.IS. Mi'.l.s. S'lver Eow. Jaotcs.^ri'Airr. Dct Lod-re. Woiur..^a Co.. Hell Gate. Agencyof Po*;, 52 Bridge street, Helena. JOHNTfmti.E Jrnctio.i City. W.P. Par**^:--*. Gallatin City. EP.ALLITELD. Ofrmrn Oulc'-. H.H. Hathuwt, Highland District. F.Clin c ^Sr-mni'i City. Cami e'.t. ^r Co.. Confederate Gulch. R.C. Jotv ^^N, Kleckfoot. LX. Li c k. Eoi-'der Vallev. Wtt!J!YW. jowes, Reynold*' City. Elk Creek. R.V. Bam. ^Ie^ r.ovrn. J.W. f ^ aocuert. Rocker City. J.8. WBUMI S^. Lou!*, Mo. L.T\ Fishki: s. i Francisco. Cal. HETtr.tRii mi! .\ Argen'a. H.Ei. ^ ^f. Co.. Lee*^ourgh. Salmon Rirer Mines^Chackct Barber Bear Caleb aad arijacen^nines. Axso^ Fonn Butte City. Geo::cf.M. Brock. Beartown, M. T. DatihWilson, Bore man City. THECITY. ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 December 1867

THEMONTANA POST. Aiewspaper, Devoted to the IMiner-a.!, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.4, NO. 17. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1867 WHOLENO. 173. Theflout ana Post. pff. TILTON I CO.. - - punished,so that even the South owes^him no gratitude. Ihave no desire to save from the proper and^ju^t consequences of their great crime, those^who engaged in rebellion against the Govern-^nrttnr, but as a mode of punishment the meas^^ures under consideration are the most unrea^^sonable that could be invented. Many of^those people are perfectly innocent. Many^kept their fidelity to the Union untainted to^the last. Macy were incapable of any legal^offense, and a large proportion even of the^p-rsons able to bear arms, were forced into^rebellion against their will, and of those who^are guilty with their own consent tfcf degrees of^guilt are as various as the shade- of their char^^acter and temper. But these acts of Congress^confound them all together ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 December 1867

2 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 18(57. Ii||k if A lit ^I II*) sPfiWt Watson introduced C B 62, relative to I covery of gold and silver quartz leads^M. Mn.\j .11 till I fillll^ m Vsjle the electl^ of District officers, Referred and ot tli^^ itiiiiinT of their location, ap- D.W. T1LT02I, BEN.R. DITTES D. W. T1L.TON ^ CO., Publisher*and Proprietors. Ofueat the City Both Store, corner of WaiUct and^Jark*m^ Streets, I'trgmia City. Katesof Advertising:^Buniiwi Cards. 5 lines or leas. 'A months. do.do. do. 6 uii nit Us,. do.do.do 1 year,... Oats^iua*e. ten Hues or leas, 1 insertion, . do. do. do. do. do. do.do.^do. d. do.do.^do.^do.^do. do.a..nth. . do.do.^do. P*ro squares, 1 iusertion. 1year,. nonth.do. do.do. 1year,^I insertion, On*-eighthcolumn, 1 insertion. . do.do. 5 do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do.^One-sixth column do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do-do.^One-fourth column do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do.^One half column. 6 00 10U0 non 400^6 00^10 00^13 00^...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 December 1867

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1867. 3 0 F I O I i V L. ^77/A' U2VTTJSD ;r !/^/^. PASSED A T TB. h^hTRST * ESS [OX OF THE^y,,H TIETH ^ oXGRESs. (Public7.) T|i_\n Act to provide f^^r a District and* '^f * '^ ^^:^ t n ted st.^t.-^ for tbe Ittstrict sjj*^^u-i fur oilier |^urpoaes. 2n thOffUd b'j the Senate and House^UfPTtMiOatir** of the United Skitc j^inxrvi in, Congress Assembled1^the State ot Nebraska shall here-^rCf)n^Utate one judicial district and^Ljied tbi^ district of Nebraska , and^district a district j ud^e. a marshal^initftriciaiwrnejr^l the Laited States^II be appointed by the President, by^i with tiie advice and consent of the^tie. m1 Andbe it further enacted, That^^tB9i district ot Nebraska shall beat-^t*^ *n4* constitute a part of the^rbt^ judicial circuit; ana a term of^1 circuit c^urt and district court of the^uted States tor said district shall be^|| in the city of Omaha, in the State^^'eoraska. on the first Monday ot May,^d on tlie first Monday of November,...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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